Driving While Young: Why a City's Curfew Isn't All That

Kate Medley
Jackson Free Press | October 13, 2005
When she got up the morning of July 10, 2003, Leslie Berryhill did not know she was going to face the "scariest thing" of her short life. But the Jackson, Miss., youth curfew had landed the 17-year-old in jail -- and no one called to tell her frightened parents anything about it.

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